Sea Girls drop new single, EP out in June

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Credit: Phil Smithies
Sea Girls press shot by Phil Smithies
Credit: Phil Smithies

Rising four piece Sea Girls have just released their latest single Too Much Fun taken from their forthcoming Adored EP set for release on June 5th. Ahead of their headline UK tour this October, the band will bring their frantic live show to The Great Escape next weekend, playing the Clash stage at The Arch on Thursday 17th May.

Vocalist Henry Camamile comments on the track:

The words “wanna see the king play in the park” harks to reading about Bowie playing at a bandstand in Beckenham and us all seeing the Kings Of Leon as kids forming the crazed idea of forming a band together one day that could support them.

The Adored EP will be their third and drops on the anniversary of their first release Call Me Out. Next to Too Much Fun, the EP contains two more tracks, namely previous single Eat Me Whole and the title track.

Tickets for the October headline tour are on sale now. Support for these shows comes from The Pale White, except Newcastle, where Vistas support. The band have also announced two shows in Ireland, (Dublin and Belfast), tickets for both go on sale from 9th May at 10 AM. Sea Girls are set to play over sixteen festivals throughout the summer. All dates and tickets can be found below.

Sea Girls – Too Much Fun

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Deborah Jacobs

Music blogger by night, SEO by day. Started Indie is not a Genre in 2011, will always prefer live music over recordings and intimate pub gigs over arena shows.

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